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It’s great fun at any age! There are more than 70 km of sledging runs in Beatenberg, Brienz, Saxeten, Habkern and throughout the Jungfrau Region, guaranteeing high-speed, twisting and turning downhill runs. So get on that sled and hold tight!
Sledging fun for all the family! Beatenberg offers high-paced downhill runs as well as easier rides for the little ones. And for all the night owls out there, sledging by starlight is a must. Then, after a fondue dinner at the Berghaus Niederhorn, simply follow the moonlight back to the Vorsass middle station.
The sledging runs up on the Axalp go from the Windegg via Chrutmettli to the Dotzweg (3km) and from the station of the Axalp lift down to the former Hotel Bellevue (0.5km). And, on the way down, don’t forget to take in the views of the crystal-clear waters of Lake Brienz in the valley far below.

The Lombachalp nature reserve has a more sedate but well-prepared sledging run to offer. It is situated at the start of the cross-country skiing trail at the foot of the Augstmatthorn.

After a walk up to the Alp Nessleren near Wilderswil you will be rewarded for your efforts with a 4 km sledge run. Next up: culinary matters in cosy surroundings, with a mulled wine pit-stop and a fondue dinner. The PostBus takes you right to the Restaurant Pintli Saxeten. Allow approx. 40 minutes for the hike up to Alp Nessleren.

Jungfrau Region
Europe’s longest sledging run starts at the Faulhorn and goes all the way down to Grindelwald. For high-octane action, nothing beats the spectacular Eiger Run. The Bergrestaurant Bussalp or the Berghaus Alpiglen are ideal for a fun evening of sledging followed by a fondue dinner. Finally, there are also lots of other well-prepared sledging runs throughout the Jungfrau Region to choose from.

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